COMPLICACIONES UROLÓGICAS DE LA URETEROSCOPÍA FLEXIBLE EN LITIASIS RENAL: EXPERIENCIA EN UN SOLO CENTRO

María Fernanda Rosero Morillo, Napoleón Oswaldo Benalcázar Cadena, Pablo Xavier Benenaula Bojorque

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La ureteroscopia ha evolucionado de forma notable en los últimos años, debido en gran medida a los avances tecnológicos, siendo su principal aporte la utilización conjunta del láser para la fragmentación o pulverización de litos principalmente de vía urinaria superior y de difícil acceso, siendo considerada una herramienta útil, mínimamente invasiva y segura p ara el manejo de la litiasis urinaria superior.


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